When you receive NDIS funding for your plan, it can be a bit confusing knowing how to manage it, who can help and what to do!
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The NDIA will provide funding in your plan to pay for a Plan Manager who pays your providers for you, helps you keep track of funds and takes care of financial reporting for you.
It means you don’t have to juggle workers or invoices.
A plan manager can help you:
At your planning meeting you can tell NDIS staff that you would like a plan manager to support you.
You can change a plan manager during your plan. To find out more about Plan management and how to find a plan manager, talk to your LAC or use the Provider Finder tool on your NDIS portal.
NDIA-managed funding means the NDIA pays your providers on your behalf.
When your plan is managed by the NDIA (sometimes referred to as agency-managed):
Just remember, you can always change the way your plan funding is managed. If you are mid-plan and want to change, contact 1800 800 110 or speak to your LAC.